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Can one reasonably guess the gender of a person from their writing/speech contents?

While you are probably better to ask your question over at the AI Stack Exchange for more practical answers on how to accomplish the task, I would also suggest you could take a look into the topics on ...
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Why does handwriting change?

The brain is an interconnected whole, when we have high activity in one area of the brain other connected parts are affected. The writting is mostly controlled by the part of the brain that controls ...
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Is there a non-interactive alternative to the concept of SuperMemo/spaced repetition?

Spaced repetition is based off the forgetting curve. Each review per day strengthens the memory: Both Anki flashcards and SuperMemo also utilize the Leitner (box) system: (Animation by Zirguezi - ...
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Is there a non-interactive alternative to the concept of SuperMemo/spaced repetition?

So basically [for me] this question is whether there exists a learning model informed by the structure and usage of the Chinese writing. The answer is yes, see for example Loach & Wang (2016): ...
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Is writing ability associated with IQ or intelligence?

The second question (normality) is somewhat easier to answer because it depends less on the exact measures used. reading and writing abilities are normally distributed in the general education ...
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Messy or fast handwriting related to high IQ?

For handwriting quality (which is defined by factors like legibility, readability, leaving enough space between words), the opposite is true. In several scientific studies among school aged children ...
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Handedness bias in Raven's Matrices

There isn't much of a difference in IQ tests between left and right-handed people. I don't know if this is (more) significant on a sub-test like Raven's. On the other hand there's some correlation ...
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Why do you sometimes write down one word while actually intending to write another?

John Fields in his 2003 psycholinguistics textbooks says: Note that the there -> their example is not a spelling error - the writer is fully aware of the difference between the two forms; but, ...
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Is usage of personal pronoun I/me/etc. when writing indicative of self-centeredness?

While people with narcistic personalities (who make up less than 6% of the population - Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - 5) are self centered and may use "I statements&...
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mirror-writing using non-dominant hand easier with closed eyes

There has been some recorded research in this area from more than 150 years back (1858). The concept is called Bilateral transfer of learning. Definition: "Bilateral transfer is an aspect of the ...
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Is there any research of spelling errors from a dual-process theory perspective?

Well, it turns out there is some related research, but there are complications because spelling & writing is harder to investigate (compared to syllogisms, for instance)... Spelling relies on ...
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Involuntary misspelling while writing

TLDR: if it's a "graphotactic" mistake that children could make (and it is), adults could make it under time pressure, distraction etc. A technical term for your kind of error is "phonologically ...
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